14° SHIPPING PRACTICE Primage. Percentage added to the freight and retained by the loading broker; recoverable in part or in all as rebate according to the regulations of the conference under which vessel is operating. Pro forma. As a matter of form. Pro rata. In the proportion to. r.d. Running days. r.d.e. Running d'own clause. Rebate. Allowance or discount made. Sabotage. Wilful destruction. Safe port. Port where a vessel may lie without danger from physical or political interference. 8.b.S. Surveyed before shipment. Seattle. To let water into a ship for the purpose of sinking. S.d. Short delivery. Shipping note. A receipt note giving particulars of goods forwarded to a dock for shipment. Spot. Ready to load. std. Standard. Stevedore. Person who acts as a contractor for labour in loading or discharging vessels in port. Supercargo. Person engaged on a vessel for the purpose of super- intending the cargo, its disposal and care to the best advantage. Tallying. The act of checking goods loaded on or discharged from a vessel. T. & p. Theft and pilferage. T.&S. Touch and stay. Tariff, List of duties payable on goods. List of freight rates issued and agreed by a shipping conference. TJ. Total loss. T.Lo. Total loss only. Transhipment. The removal of goods from one vessel to another, or carriage from port of discharge to a further destination. Tret. Allowance for ordinary wear and tear or depreciation during a voyage. U.K.F.O. United Kingdom for orders. Ullage. Quantity a cask lacks of being fulL Vice propre. Inherent vice. W.I), Water ballast. W.C.E. West Coast of England. W.N.A. Winter, North Atlantic. W.p. Without prejudice. Y.A.B. York-Antwerp Rules.